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  1. Reproduction and Traits

  2. Stages of Cell Division - $100 Sister chromatids pull to opposite sides of the cell during this phase of Mitosis

  3. Stages of Cell Division - $100 Anaphase Back to Game

  4. Stages of Cell Division - $200 During this phase of Meiosis homologous pair line up at the equator of the cell

  5. Stages of Cell Division - $200 Metaphase I Back to Game

  6. Stages of Cell Division - $300 During this phase of Meiosis 4 nuclei form around the new haploid cells

  7. Stages of Cell Division - $300 Telophase II Back to Game

  8. Stages of Cell Division - $400 During this phase of Mitosis the DNA condenses into chromosomes and the nucleus dissolves

  9. Stages of Cell Division - $400 Prophase Back to Game

  10. Genetics - $100 This provides the “blue prints” to build an organism and is inside the nucleus

  11. Genetics - $100 DNA Back to Game

  12. Genetics - $200 This is the physical or expressed (you see them) traits of an organism

  13. Genetics - $200 The Phenotype Back to Game

  14. Genetics - $300 This is all the genetic information of an organism.

  15. Genetics - $300 The Genotype Back to Game

  16. Genetics - $400 Chromosomes that have just been replicated are called sister chromatids. These chromatids are genetically _________

  17. Genetics - $400 Identical Back to Game

  18. Reproduction - $100 How many parents are needed for asexual reproduction to occur?

  19. Reproduction - $100 One Parent Back to Game

  20. Reproduction - $200 Haploid sex cells produced through Meiosis are called __________

  21. Reproduction - $200 Gametes Back to Game

  22. Reproduction - $300 What type of reproduction would you see more variation in the offspring compared to the parent?

  23. Reproduction - $300 Sexual Reproduction Back to Game

  24. Reproduction - $400 Sea stars have the ability to regenerate (grow a new one) an arm if it is eaten. What type of reproduction is this repair

  25. Phylum Chordata - $400 Asexual Reproduction Back to Game

  26. Organisms that Reproduce - $100 A spider plant can reproduce _________ by cutting off a piece and planting it in soil.

  27. Organisms that Reproduce- $100 Asexually Back to Game

  28. Organisms that Reproduce- $200 Lions are only able to reproduce ________

  29. Organisms that Reproduce - $200 Sexually Back to Game

  30. Organisms that Reproduce - $300 Bacteria are able to reproduce very quickly through a process called binary fission. This is a type of ___________ reproduction

  31. Organisms that Reproduce - $300 Asexual Back to Game

  32. Organisms that Reproduce - $400 Many fish release sperm and eggs into the water that will fertilize and begin to grow new offspring. This is an example of ___________ reproduction

  33. Organisms that Reproduce - $400 Sexual Back to Game

  34. Inherited or Acquired - $100 Attached or detached earlobes are an example of an ____________ trait

  35. Inherited or Acquired - $100 Inherited Back to Game

  36. Inherited or Acquired - $200 Jon has learned to do a back-hand-spring after a lot of practice. This is an example of an ___________ trait

  37. Inherited or Acquired - $200 Acquired Back to Game

  38. Inherited or Acquired - $300 A kitten looses a leg after it is attacked by a dog. Will its offspring have a missing leg?

  39. Inherited or Acquired - $300 No Back to Game

  40. Inherited or Acquired - $400 I speak English like my parents, and my friend that was born in Mexico speaks Spanish like his parents. Is this an inherited or acquired trait?

  41. Phylogeny & Development - $400 Acquired Back to Game